Why the Lamb in Revelation is Zion
Posted by wizanda on 1574155628
In Revelation the Lamb is cryptically the Tribe of David (Zion - ציון); which are those who are of the Flock (Zan - צאן) - where David implies 'beloved of God'.
Revelation 5:6 I saw in the middle of the throne and of the four living creatures, and in the middle of the elders, a Lamb standing, as though it had been slain, having seven horns, and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God, 'sent out into all the earth'.
The Curse of Moses says the Diaspora was the Jewish people 'being sent out into all the earth' (Deuteronomy 28:64)...
The Lamb is contextually linked as the Messiah being the head of the Flock; which is why including the Hebrew of Zan and Zion, as they become interchangeably referenced by the prophets, and this does not come across in any translations.
The scriptures passing around the world as a tests in the text, being the 7 eyes to examine the hearts of the nations, and test their interactions with the message carried by the people who praise God.
Xians often chastise Zionist for being too legal; whereas Zand means exegesis, so personally would say everyone is not being legal enough.
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